By Sangeeta Mukherjee | May 19, 2012 01:28 PM EDT
Motorola has released the timetable for rolling out the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for Q2. While the list reveals that seven devices will get the ICS update across the globe, the company will deploy the update for only three devices Droid RAZR, Razr MAXX, Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi + 3G MZ600 tablet in the USA in coming weeks.
The list also reveals that in the second half of the year, Motorola will issue the ICS update to ATRIX 4G MB860, Droid Bionic, Droid 4, Xoom Family Edition,Xyboard 8.2 and 10.1 tablets.
The latest list also indicates that the company till now has no plans to update the Verizon sold handsets Droid X2 and Droid 3 and both the sets will still run on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. A host of other phones such as Motorola DEFY MINI, DEFY+, MOTOLUXE will not receiving the latest update as well and will remain Gingerbread.
Experts suggest Moto users to not be excited about the news as this is not the first time that the company promised to update the Android 4.0 ICS for some of its devices, but finally pushed the dates back. The incident happened for Motorola Photon 4G, which was slated for Android 4.0 ICS upgrade in Q3 2012 and according to the latest list, has been pushed back to Q4. The same happened for the Motorola XOOM Family Edition, which was expected to receive the update in Q2, but now its ICS will be rolled out in the third quarter of the year.
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